Learn about Towel Rack

As the name implies, a stand for drying towels or hanging clothes, usually found in the bedroom. It consists of a pair of upright supports, separated by maybe five or more rods.
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Antique French faux bamboo towel rack, approx 30 cm high, 52 cm wide

A towel rail, blackwood, Tasmanian origin, 19th century

An early twentieth century bent wood towel rack. Height 90 cm, width 71 cm, depth 24 cm

A late 19th century Australian cedar and eucalypt towel rail, the twin turned end supports joined by five rails, raised on shaped feet, 80 cm wide, 32 cm deep, 86 cm high. Reference: Nineteenth century Australian Furniture, Kevin Fahy, Christina Simpson, A

A turned wood towel rail, circa 1880, possibly cedar

An Edwardian satinwood, beech, polychrome decorated and parcel gilt towel rail, with fluted column supports surmounted with pineapple finials. Width 92 cm. Depth 29 cm. Height 108 cm

An Edwardian towel rail with square end supports and flared feet